President Zelensky at Davos: Ukrainian Conflict Is a Global Issue, Not Just Ukraine’s Battle

In a recent address at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky emphasized the global implications of the war in Ukraine, stressing that it is not solely about Ukraine but has broader consequences for world security and democracy. Zelensky also highlighted the ongoing support received from countries like North Korea and Iran by Russia, and urged world leaders to recognize the potential wider threats of Russian aggression beyond Ukrainian borders.

  • Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky speaks at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
  • Zelensky underlines the global stakes of the war in Ukraine, suggesting it is a matter of international concern, not just a regional issue.
  • The president points out that Russia is receiving military support from North Korea and Iran.
  • Zelensky warns of the potential expansion of Russian aggression beyond Ukraine.
  • He questions the readiness of other European nations to provide a combat-ready army to confront Russia and the willingness to send troops to defend another state.
  • Zelensky calls for a collective effort to end Putin’s war strategy now, while Ukrainian forces are actively engaged in defense.

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